Early morning pick up will be around 6:00 AM from Bangalore and proceed to Madikeri (Coorg). Later visit Bhagmandala & Talcavery (timing 9:00am to 3:30 PM). Bhagamandala is the meeting of three rivers and is also referred to as Triveni Sangam. Talacauvery is the place that is generally considered to be the source of the river Kaveri. The temple is situated in the hill top of Bhagamandala. It also has a view point. Also you have about 150 steps behind temple to reach one view point. Evening back to Madikeri and visit Abbey fall & Raja’s seat. The view of Valley is very nice from Raja seat’s. It has got a toy train which takes a round of 5 min. Overnight stay in Coorg.
Morning after the breakfast and drive to Bangalore. En route visit- Dubare Elephant camp, Bylukuppe (Golden temple). Drop to Bangalore residence.
Coorg known as Kodagu, situated in the Western Ghats of south-western Karnataka, India. Coorg also known as Madikeri, Madikeri is a hill station town and most popular tourist destination for couples, friends, family & kids in Karnataka, India. Coorg is the “Coffee Bowl” of the country & famous for its Coffee. Coorg is also known as ‘Scotland of India’. The Holy Ganga of South India i.e Cauvery originates from Talakaveri . Coorg is the best & ideal place while looking for weekend getaway from Bangalore. It is very popular destination for traveller from Bangalore, Mysore, Mangalore, Coimbatore & Hyderabad. You can choose from varies holiday tours available based on themes like Hill Station tour packages, Honeymoon tour packages, Family tour package, Friend tour packages, Adventure tour packages, Heritage tour packages, lakes- waterfall tour packages and weekend getaway tour packages. This is best option for a short trip to experience – Coffee Plantation, Dubare Elephants Camp, Waterfall, River Rafting and more. .
The trip of Coorg was excellent and memorable !!! we enjoyed very well.
hank you so much for the package We are very happy and enjoyed our tour to a great extent. It left us with a lot of happy memories